Direct Assistance Applications Being Processed

The application period for the Direct Assistance Program (DAP) ended October 15. Thank you for your patience as we process the applications. If you have questions about your completed application please contact us at (907) 891-7222. The program is funded … More

Carmella McCall: Heritage and Human Resources

IT whiz. File clerk. Waitress. Retail worker. At just 21, Carmella McCall already has a variety of experiences under her belt. But none has been quite like the Duch’deldih Administrative Apprenticeship Program with Alaska’s People. “My IT internship didn’t offer … More

Destiny George: Seeking Better Opportunities

After Destiny George, 19, graduated high school, she knew she had to leave her hometown of Angoon. “I had an idea that I wanted to live in Anchorage and start fresh and get better opportunities with jobs, because in the … More

Kiara Johnson: Finding the Right Path

Kiara Johnson wanted to get her hands dirty. Not literally — she’d already worked in a fish cannery break room and on fishing vessels, so she knew about getting dirty — but she was ready for a professional position that … More

Tayler Higgins: Future Leader

Tayler Higgins has big goals. She sees herself as a future leader. She wants to be her own boss, travel the world. She will be the first in her family to go to college. But first, she’s finding the right … More

JOM Offers Free Tutoring Assistance

The Johnson O’Malley Education Program is pleased to announce that Alaska Native/American Indian students enrolled in ASD (grades K-12) may be eligible to receive assistance with tutoring. The JOM tutoring program normally occurred on-site at select ASD schools. Due to … More

CITC Awarded Dept. of Education Grant

Funding will support the development of an analysis and recommendations on Native education models for Alaska CITC has been awarded a grant from the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development (DEED) to conduct an analysis and identify strategies for … More

Notice of Public Testimony

Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. (CITC) intends to apply for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Indian Community Development Block Grant funding to support development of a public facility used for workforce development training and childcare provision for low- … More

Now Hiring: Director of Alaska’s People

Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. (CITC) is a not-for-profit organization whose primary objective is to enable Alaska Native and American Indian people to reach their full potential. CITC is one of the nation’s preeminent culturally responsive social-service organizations and is … More